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I'd Give my Life (August 14, 1936)

Tom Brown, Frances Drake
 

Released on August 14, 1936: (running time 1 hour and 20 minutes) A man is sentenced to hang for killing his gangster boss, and refuses to reveal that the gangster was his father, and his mother is the new Governor's wife.

Directed by Edwin L. Marin

The Actors: Guy Standing (Governor John Banccroft), Frances Drake (Mary Reyburn), Tom Brown (Nickie Elkins, Gordon's henchman), Janet Beecher (Mrs. Stella Bancroft, wife of the Governor), Robert Gleckler (Buck Gordon, racketeer nightclub owner), Helen Howell (Mrs. Bancroft, Sr.), Paul Hurst (Conly, henchman), Charles C. Wilson (Warden), Charles Richman (Attorney Bill Chase), Harry Harvey (newspaper reporter), Lloyd Ingraham (man in gambling parlor), Thomas E. Jackson (Doyle, henchman), Charles Judels (merchant with bag of lead nickels), William Burress (unknown), Robert Cummings (unknown), James Eagles (jockey that didn't throw the race), Robert Elliott (Governor's investigator), Corbet Morris (unkown), C. Franklyn Parker (unkown)

 

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The Gangster, His Henchman, and the Secret to Die For

Frances Drake was born in New York City to a wealthy family. She attended an exclusive school in Canada and then stayed with her grandmother in England for her formal education. Unfortunately, in 1929, when she was twenty years old, the stock market crashed, the world entered the Great Depression, and her family found themselves virtually penniless. Frances was stuck in London with her grandmother, with no way to get back home.

Frances found work dancing in London clubs and acting in the new industry of motion pictures. After making enough money to move back to the U.S., she went to Hollywood, where she found constant work in motion pictures.

Her boyfriend from England was the Honorable Cecil Howard, the second son of Henry Howard, the 19th Earl of Suffolk. When he got his inheritance, he proposed to and married Frances, providing her a royal lifestyle without the work of acting in motion pictures.

In this gangster adventure she is nightclub singer Mary Reyburn. The nightclub is owned by gentleman gangster Buck Gordon. Her boyfriend is one of the gangster’s henchmen. The new Governor has sworn to put Buck Gordon out of business, but the Governor doesn’t know about the secret relationship between the Governor’s wife and the gangster.

When the nightclub singer’s boyfriend discovers the secret, he murders the gangster, and would rather be hung for murder than reveal the gangster’s secret and avoid the hangman. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Frances Drake
Frances Drake
Tom Brown
Tom Brown
Charles C. Wilson
Charles C. Wilson
Charles C. Wilson
Charles C. Wilson
Charles Judels
Charles Judels
Charles Judels, Robert Gleckler
Charles Judels, Robert Gleckler
Charles Richman
Charles Richman
Frances Drake
Frances Drake
Frances Drake, Paul Hurst
Frances Drake, Paul Hurst
Frances Drake
Frances Drake
Frances Drake
Frances Drake
Guy Standing
Guy Standing
Guy Standing
Guy Standing
Harry Harvey
Harry Harvey
Helen Lowell
Helen Lowell
James Eagles
James Eagles
James Eagles, Tom Brown
James Eagles, Tom Brown
Janet Beecher, Guy Standing
Janet Beecher, Guy Standing
Janet Beecher, Tom Brown
Janet Beecher, Tom Brown
Janet Beecher, Tom Brown
Janet Beecher, Tom Brown
Janet Beecher, Robert Gleckler
Janet Beecher, Robert Gleckler
Janet Beecher, Tom Brown
Janet Beecher, Tom Brown
Lloyd Ingraham
Lloyd Ingraham
Paul Hurst
Paul Hurst
Paul Hurst, Charles Judel
Paul Hurst, Charles Judel
Paul Hurst, Tom Brown
Paul Hurst, Tom Brown
Paul Hurst
Paul Hurst
Robert Gleckler
Robert Gleckler
Robert Gleckler, Frances Drake
Robert Gleckler, Frances Drake
Robert Gleckler, Paul Hurst
Robert Gleckler, Paul Hurst
Robert Gleckler
Robert Gleckler
Thomas E. Jackson
Thomas E. Jackson
Thomas E. Jackson
Thomas E. Jackson
Tom Brown
Tom Brown
Tom Brown, Charles C. Wilson
Tom Brown, Charles C. Wilson
Tom Brown, Charles Richman
Tom Brown, Charles Richman
Tom Brown, Frances Drake
Tom Brown, Frances Drake
Tom Brown, Frances Drake
Tom Brown, Frances Drake
Tom Brown, Paul Hurst
Tom Brown, Paul Hurst
Tom Brown, Robert Gleckler
Tom Brown, Robert Gleckler
Tom Brown
Tom Brown
Tom Brown, Frances Drake
Tom Brown, Frances Drake